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KnowYourMeds App Announces Agreement with GoodRx to Bring Discounted Medication Prices to Consumers
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KnowYourMeds App Announces Agreement with GoodRx to Bring Discounted Medication Prices to Consumers

AI-based Digital Health Assistant integrates localized coupons for up to 80% off list prices to its users. WALTHAM, Mass., Oct. 27, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- KnowYourMeds, Inc., an innovative digital health assistant designed to guide users in managing their medications, announced today its partnership with GoodRx, the leading source for prescription and healthcare savings in America. This partnership is a major step forward in KnowYourMeds ambitions of engaging and educating consumers towards better health.
KnowYourMeds App Announces 116 Medical Conditions Added to their Conditions Management Protocols Including Diabetes, Hypertension, Hypothyroidism and PCOS
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KnowYourMeds App Announces 116 Medical Conditions Added to their Conditions Management Protocols Including Diabetes, Hypertension, Hypothyroidism and PCOS

AI-based Digital Health Assistant Adds Symptom Tracking to its Self-Monitoring Conditions Management Tool WALTHAM, Mass., April 16, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- KnowYourMeds, Inc., an innovative digital health assistant designed to make medical information and adherence accessible to anyone in the world, announced today that it has added 116 medical conditions to its chronic conditions management feature. This feature helps users manage and track their conditions and associated vitals, symptoms, tests, doctors' appointments and vaccine schedules. Now being used in over 95 countries the free app will be available in English, Spanish and Hindi.
How knowyourmeds is leaning on data to overhaul patient care in India
Business Standard

How knowyourmeds is leaning on data to overhaul patient care in India

The start-up is gaining popularity as an app that reminds you to take your medicine but its impact could be a lot more in the coming years. With technology increasingly entering healthcare, a start-up founded by American-Indian serial entrepreneurs Venkat Srinivasan and Kim Shah is bringing drug information to patients through an artificial intelligence-based assistant.
Alexa, find me something less daunting than Dr. Google!
The American Bazar

Alexa, find me something less daunting than Dr. Google!

There is relentless marketing from the pharmaceutical industry on one side. There is information overload, on the other. Especially with social media and the internet, everyone has an opinion about every ailment and the best way to handle it. Unverified information floats around in the cyber world reaching phones and its’ users – causing anything from anxiety to alarm to confusion. Physicians are stretched thin. Their time with patients is reducing dramatically over the years. Their responses will make those tweets seem too long!
KnowYourMeds Announces 150,000 App Downloads, Reaching Major Milestone on its Mission to Improve Health Outcomes Globally
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KnowYourMeds Announces 150,000 App Downloads, Reaching Major Milestone on its Mission to Improve Health Outcomes Globally

WALTHAM, Mass., Dec. 4, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- KnowYourMeds, Inc., an innovative new digital health assistant designed to improve health outcomes through better adherence, comprehensive medication information including side effects and interactions, announced today that it has recorded over 150,000 app downloads and is now averaging more than 600 downloads a day in less than a year since launch. This marks a major milestone for KnowYourMeds in its mission to improve health outcomes throughout the world, leveraging Artificial Intelligence (AI) to democratize access to critical lifesaving medication information.
A tech shot in the arm: Backed by investors, THB and KnowYourMeds are tapping AI to empower patients
The Economics Times

A tech shot in the arm: Backed by investors, THB and KnowYourMeds are tapping AI to empower patients

In India, around 16 lakh patients die every year due to poor quality of care, and adverse drug reactions is one of the major causes of these deaths. But two startups are now changing that by personalising treatment regimens with the help of AI and patient-data analytics. And investors are betting big on their novel models.

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